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Persistent storage across multiple docker containers?
Considering a move to DO for a project I’m working on, and was wondering what the recommended way is to share storage between multiple docker containers…
From what I’ve read, Block Storage can only be mounted on one droplet at a time. Would it be wise to mount to a droplet, then share that via NFS? Has anyone done this without major negative performance consequences?
Is there another way people might recommend sharing storage space across docker app volumes?
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